Ir Arriba

Noticias

  • Small ruminant producers in Antigua and Barbuda will benefit from an IICA project funded by the Australian Aid Programme

    The project seeks to address small ruminant producers access to sustainable nutritious protein-sources in Antigua who are significantly affected by climate risks (droughts and floods), poor soils, inefficient water use and poor management practices.
  • IICA Moves, Again, But to a NEW PERMANENT Home!

    Message from the Representative at the Official Opening of the New Office of the Inter-American Institute for Cooperation on Agriculture in Trinidad and Tobago

  • IICA hosts annual accountability seminar in Trinidad and Tobago

    The 40 participants of the accountability seminar represented public and private sector entities as well as development partners, educational institutions and producer organizations.

  • Agricultural stakeholders in Trinidad and Tobago participate in consultation process to prepare IICA’s 2018-2022 work plan

    The 18 participants in the consultation process represented public and private entities as well as educational institutions and farmers’ groups.

  • IICA bolsters the competitiveness of the dairy goat value chain in Trinidad and Tobago

    The Trinidad and Tobago Goat and Sheep Society as well as other entities are demonstrating the potential of the nation’s small ruminant sector and implementing significant changes to drive its development. 

  • Intra-ACP Agriculture Policy Programme (APP) with Focus on the Caribbean and Pacific: Contracts Awarded in 2016 over Euro 15,000

    The Intra-ACP Agricultural Policy Programme, is a broad technical cooperation framework funded under the 10th European Development Fund (EDF), which focuses on the two regions, Caribbean and the Pacific. The programme  supports the reduction and eradication of poverty in the African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) countries through sustainable development and successful integration of  enterprises in these economies into national, regional and, where appropriate, global markets.